Cannabinoids fight certain types of cancer.
Samir Haj-Dahmane of Buffalo University is conducting research using compounds derived from cannabis to restore normal endocannabinoid function and potentially help treat depression.
Cannabis is showing promise in helping to people with disorders like Epilepsy regulate their seizures.
Effective Glaucoma treatment can be obtained by ingesting cannabis, which helps lower pressure in the eyeball.
Though it may seem counter intuitive, cannabis has been shown to improve lung health in lung cancer and emphysema patients.
The THC and CBD (in addition to other cannabinoids) in cannabis help sufferers deal with arthritis pain.
Cancer patients undergoing treatment can find immense relief from cannabis’ many effects.
Standard headache medicines, from acetaminophen (Tylenol) to ibuprofen (Advil), can take their toll on your body, potentially resulting ulcers, liver damage and other complications. Cannabis provides a natural, non-invasive alternative.
Cannabis helps those living with AIDS cope by aiding sufferers in maintaining their diets and handling aches and pains.